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Vettori to lead Bangalore in IPL 2011

Daniel Vettori who led New Zealand in the 2011 World Cup, has been named the captain of Royal Challengers Bangalore for IPL 2011. Vettori, who was in the Delhi Daredevils line-up for the first three seasons, takes over from Anil …

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Time to blood a new wicketkeeper – Waqar

Pakistan coach Waqar Younis has said it is time for a new wicketkeeper to be blooded in the side as a replacement for Kamran Akmal "This debate over the

Three sleepless nights before semi-final – Riaz

Wahab Riaz, who picked up his maiden ODI five-for in the World Cup semi-final against India, had spent three sleepless nights ahead of the clash planning his strategy

Dhoni the greatest Indian captain – Ganguly

Sourav Ganguly, who led India to the final of the 2003 World Cup, has called MS Dhoni as greatest Indian captain. Dhoni led India to victory in the

World Cup dream began after 2007 exit – Tendulkar

Sachin Tendulkar has revealed that he started nurturing ambitions of winning the 2011 World Cup right after India's crushing first-round exit in the 2007 edition of the tournament.

‘ICC’s decision a joke’ – Porterfield

Ireland captain William Porterfield has described the ICC's decision to trim the next World Cup to just the ten countries as "an absolute joke". The ICC, in its

Afridi makes himself available for West Indies tour

Pakistan's limited-overs' captain Shahid Afridi has made himself available for the upcoming tour of West Indies that begins on April 18. Afridi had indicated he wanted to be

ICC to donate US $1 million to NZC

The ICC will donate US $1 million to New Zealand Cricket (NZC) to help in the building of its new office after its original premises in Christchurch were

ICC vows to investigate ticketing process

The ICC has acknowledged shortcomings in the ticketing process for the World Cup, and has vowed to investigate it thoroughly and come back prepared for the next world

ICC confirms 10 teams for next two World Cups

The ICC has confirmed that the next two World Cups will be 10-team events. The 2015 edition of the premier 50-over tournament will be co-hosted by Australia and for Live cricket updates, Sports Highlights, Cricket Videos, Online Schedule & Scorecard